Nanya Drops Appeal In DRAM Suit Against Fujitsu

Law360, New York (May 19, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Taiwanese semiconductor maker Nanya Technology Corp. has withdrawn its appeal of a Tokyo court's finding that it infringed Japanese rival Fujitsu Ltd.'s patents for dynamic random access memory chips, making the court's August 2007 decision final, Fujitsu announced Thursday.

The lawsuit involves only Taiwan-based Nanya's Japanese subsidiary. Nanya vice president Moor Chen told Dow Jones that the ruling would not affect Nanya's operations, since it sells most of its chips outside Japan.

In January, the Japanese government granted Fujitsu's request to block imports of the allegedly...
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